Historical Attractions in Scone

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offers more than 2000 heritage items on display, plus steam-engine shed, active Village Workshop and blacksmith's shop; showcasing the history, heritage and culture of the area.
Newcastle East
Australia's first European coal mine also became a significant military outpost, and is rich in architecture and history making for educational and entertaining tours above and below ground, plus picnic tables and adventure play area.
Newcastle East
Guided tours, fantastic tours and seafaring traditions proudly upheld. An educational stop with heart.
(187 KMs)
a fun and historically re-created pioneer village that features a heritage railway, sawmill, children's animal farm, great old fashioned heritage playground, demonstration bullocks and a wonderful doll shop.
Sydney Observatory
(204 KMs)
The Rocks
Features inside the observatory include a range of 3D space theatre productions, plus planetarium dome shows. Loads of exhibits on meteorology, astronomy and timekeeping.
Offers a huge range of handmade products plus privately bookable classes for needlepoint, embroidery, knitting, tapestry, crewel and crochet skills.
Calthorpes House
(399 KMs)
Red Hill
Original furnishings, household appliances and photos reflect the fashionable ideal of style and taste in this middle class Australian home of the late 1920s.
An authentically recreated Australian 1850s Gold Rush era village offering entertainment, tours, field trips and themed accommodation!
shares the daily life of those seeking it's accommodations during repopulation after WW2. Kids can interact with many of the fascinating exhibitions and there is a great deal to be learned here for all ages.
Bli Bli
Spend the day with your family in a fairytale in this unique Sunshine Coast attraction. Journey through history, and enjoy the medieval displays alongside other fascinating exhibits.
is a replicated 1930s era working farm, where one may see the daily farm chores plus enjoy the amusements, miniature train, and Motor Museum.
is an 1850s experience including a range of authentically stocked and restored buildings, one of Victoria's premier collections of vintage horse drawn vehicles, and a variety of intriguing agricultural and industrial machinery is displayed. Parkland ...
Local history exhibition and multi media interpretive facility plus a mezzanine gallery which features a changing program of visual art exhibitions .
Families can immerse themselves in traditional Tjapukai culture with authentic music, dance and storytelling by the Tjapukai people. A true insight for kids into the Aboriginal culture of Australia.
Alice Springs
The Reserve’s historic buildings have not altered much over the years, so you will get a good idea of pioneer life on a remote turn-of- the-century goldfield. You can also try panning for gold in the courtyard display and exploring an old mine!
Alice Springs
Experience the thrill of fossicking for your own gems, hidden by mother nature for millions of years! Plenty of interesting specimens for budding junior gemologists to get started on their very own collection.
Government House
(2987 KMs)
Significant historical building with fascinating history and opulent decor, with princess connections to excite the kids. Great grounds to explore with tropical grove.
Parliament House
(2987 KMs)
A magnificent and politically significant example of tropical architecture and one of the Northern Territory's historical 'must see's.
Fannie Bay Gaol
(2990 KMs)
Considered one of the Territory's most important heritage sites, this is an educational and historical attraction bringing up some vital concepts.
Historically maintained 1850s homestead and stables, plus walking and driving trails, kangaroos and emus, and a big adventure playground.
Perth Mint
(3285 KMs)
Eastern Perth
Offers a unique combination of activities, exhibitions and demonstrations, enabling visitors to experience the astonishing allure of gold.
The Bell Tower
(3286 KMs)
Offers tourists fascinating displays on the famous Swan Bells and the ancient art of bell ringing, as well as stunning 360 degree views of Perth city skyline; you can even have a go at bell ringing yourself in one of their interactive demonstrations!
Fremantle Prison
(3294 KMs)
Guided tours provide an insight into convict life and the legends of escape, plus explore the tunnels 20 feet below the prison floor!
The Train Shed
(203 KMs)
Train Rides on Thomas the Tank Engine & his Friends - Toby, James, Percy, Mavis and Gordon. Model Train Layout for the kids to drive. There's a Kiosk - & have a Cappuccino. About 15 mins south of Penrith, 20mins west of Liverpool.
Weston Creek, Canberra
Get yourselves some close up animal encounters at Australia's only combined Zoo and Aquarium, with interactive keeper talks and special animal hand feeds for visitors.
Features include camping grounds, bush hiking tracks, mountain bike tracks, BMX play area, remote control rock crawler-ing track, the Endeavour Replica with a galley cave maze and four wheel driving family fun.
Luna Park
(203 KMs)
Milsons Point
Luna Park! The famous landmark of Sydney where families have been enjoying rides and games since the 1930s. And now it's your turn!
Gold Coast
The magic of the movies comes to the Golf Coast with Warner Bros Movie World! A fantastic day for any age range with special family zones with gentler rides, great entertainment and Australia's ONLY family rollercoaster!
Epic theme park fun for the whole family with the tallest and fastest thrill rides, to live interactive shows and unique animal attractions! It's a dream!
Magic Mountain
(544 KMs)
Magic Mountain! The whole family can have a crazy day of fun on a ton of rides, from the thrilling to the ones perfect for the little ones. The Diamond Python Rollercoaster, the Mini Grand Prix Cars, Doom Tube and Black Hole Waterslides...just to na...
Aussie World
(626 KMs)
An true blue Aussie themed amusement park tailored for the whole family! Located between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, there are thrill rides, classic rides, little kid rides shopping!
Gumbuya Park
(822 KMs)
Fun rides for all age groups, animal sanctuary with walk through aviary, Aboriginal display centre and traditional playground.
Galatic Circus
(837 KMs)
Comprises arcade games, ticket and prize games, indoor laser skirmish, state of the art tenpin bowling plus over 200 indoor carnival attractions.
Luna Park
(840 KMs)
St Kilda
They have rides and attractions for the whole family, from their beautiful Carousel and Ferris Wheel to a whole lot of the more thrilling variety, plus a 100 year old roller coaster and plenty of skill games to beat dad at!
Fairy Park
(885 KMs)
Highly recommended by all those who visit. Fun day out for the young and young at heart. Spread manily by word-of-mouth this place has been popular with families for three generations and is a favourite outing for those in the know!
Victor Harbor
From Golf and Go-karts to the Water slides and Archery, or how about a paddle on an Aqua Bike or a spin on a Moon Bike?
Adventure World
(3288 KMs)
There are over $20m worth of rides and attractions at Adventure World with a huge amount for families with young kids to do.
University Drive Callaghan
The large and small activity floaters are huge inflatables to squirm, squeak and splash across including climbs, slides, obstacle courses and jump off points. One for over 6s, one for over 8s.
are a series of year round accessible shoreline tidal pools, with cleaned but unheated ocean water. There is seasonal life guard cover and poolside rest areas.
Newcastle East
are a series of year round accessible shoreline tidal pools, with cleaned but unheated ocean water. Year round life guard cover and poolside rest areas.
Wet n Wild
(195 KMs)
Over 40 water slides and attractions, including the world's tallest double Sky Coaster and the safest beach in Australia.
The Aquatic Centre
(216 KMs)
offer a 50m heated outdoor pool, heated diving pool with diving boards and 10m tower, plus heated indoor leisure pool with fun interactive features.
Jamberoo Action Park is New South Wales' BIGGEST theme park. How does that sound! Get ready to get WET!
The Big Banana
(293 KMs)
Coffs Harbour
The Big Banana - one of the Coffs Coast's most recognised tourist attractions! Kids will enjoy the waterpark, fun thrill rides, educational tours and shows!
Wagga Wagga
Indoor and outdoor facilities including beach entry leisure pool with interactive features, Wave Pool with floats, river effect Turbo Pool, and lane swimming also available.
Gold Coast
Get your adrenaline pumping in the Extreme H20 Zone or hang out with the kids in Buccaneer Bay. Plus enjoy the awesome family rides where you can share the experience with everyone, or relax in the waters of a tropical paradise. It's a splashtacular ...
White Water World
(521 KMs)
From the most extreme waterslides on the planet to family friendly attractions, White Water World uses cutting edge technology to deliver aquatic thrills for all ages!
Aquamoves Complex
(697 KMs)
Offering indoor and outdoor facilities including interactive splash park, beach entry leisure pool and large swimming pool.
Learn about water and its sustainable use by playing with it here! The park includes a special area for under 5s called TotSide and the FlipSide BoardRider wave machine.
Water features include speciality slides, pedal and cycle boats, dark tunnel ride plus lazy river, adventure water-playground and tots section. Kids can enjoy driving games and rides plus the jumping castle, mini golf and archery.

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Lake Glenbawn State Park

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Fun places to visit in Scone with kids

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